In the Asian region, a total of 160 stores were opened bringing Inditex Group’s retail presence to 645 stores, which accounted for a 15 per cent of total sales.
Webjet Singapore has been launched to capture the growth of internet travel bookings in Singapore.
India will soon be waking up to freshly brewed coffee from US coffee chain Starbucks after a deal was signed between the company and Asia's coffee plantation company Tata Coffee.
The entertainment retailer saw store sales fall 13 per cent and said it will be closing around 60 stores over the next 12 months.
The contract, which is worth approximately $240 million involves the construction of a 500,000 square feet of retail, office and residential buildings.
Gap has debuted its first four wholly-owned stores and online retail store in China.
Ten years after the launch of its US site, clothing retailer Ralph Lauren has launched a UK version of its e-retail website.
As Zara prepares to enter the Australian market next year, the fashion retailer will be launching its online store to five European countries in November.
Hypercom has announced that American merchant services provider Pivotal Payments has begun deploying up to 33,000 Optimum countertop and mobile card payment terminals.
Owner of Zara, The Inditex Group, has increased its net sales by 14 per cent to 5,255 million euros in the first half of 2010.